International Journal of Military History and Historiography, Now Three Issues per Year/Volume

The flagship publication of the International Commission of Military History (ICMH), the International Journal of Military History and Historiography (IJMH), is moving this year from two to three issues per volume. Since the IJMH was transformed into an academic journal that features, in addition to book reviews and historiographical articles, also original research articles, it has encountered increasing success. Under the leadership of its editor-in-chief, Professor Marco Wyss, and its associate and book reviews editor, Colonel Professor Winfried Heinemann, it has evolved into one of the leading journals in military history.

Following discussions within the Bibliographical Committee (BC) of the ICMH, as well as with the president of the ICMH, Professor Massimo de Leonardis, and Dr Kate Hammond from Brill, Professors Wyss and Heinemann have, in their respective roles as president and secretary general of the BC, thus decided to move from two to three issues per year.

Having three issues per volume will allow the IJMH to clear its backlog of articles that are waiting to be published in print, provide more opportunities for scholars to publish their work, and increase the visibility of the IJMH and, as a consequence, also that of the ICMH.